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questions about the integrity of the investigation. right before the show, i spoke to michael birnbaum by phone. >> reporter: they looked around here a little more than an how areu and then had gone to a market in town to look for potentially stolen goods. >> you've been in the consulate. what did you find? >> reporter: i found a gutted and loot eed series of building. it's burned out. it's empty now. it's not being overrun bye-byestabye-by bystanders. they let me look around. there are documents scattered all around. there are documents in the bedroom where ambassador stevens was staying. there are lots of documents and files in what appears to have been the security office for the mission. and among those files are records, sensitive records of administrative files, personnel files of libyans working with the americans, records of security protocols for what to do in case of emergency and even a very detailed itinerary of ambassador stevens' five-day trip along with cell phone numbers and names for a lot of the libyans he was trying to meet. >> i'm curious about one other thing, mich
about the integrity of the investigation. right before the show, i spoke to michael birnbaum by phone. >> reporter: they looked around here a little more than an how areu and then had gone to a market in town to look for potentially stolen goods. >> you've been in the consulate. what did you find? >> reporter: i found a gutted and looted series of buildings. it's burned out. it's empty now. it's not being overrun by bystanders. they let me look around. there are documents scattered all around. there are documents in the bedroom where ambassador stevens was staying. there are lots of documents and files in what appears to have been the security office for the mission. and among those files are records, sensitive records of administrative files, personnel files of libyans working with the americans, records of security protocols for what to do in case of emergency and even a very detailed itinerary of ambassador stevens' five-day trip along with cell phone numbers and names for a lot of the libyans he was trying to meet. >> i'm curious about one other thing, michael, that i know that yo
of the investigation. right before the show, i spoke to michael birnbaum by phone. >> reporter: they looked around here a little more than an how areu and then had gone to a market in town to look for potentially stolen goods. >> you've been in the consulate. what did you find? >> reporter: i found a gutted and looted series of buildings. it's burned out. it's empty now. it's not being overrun 00:59:22:by bystanders. they let me look around. there are documents scattered all around. there are documents in the bedroom where ambassador stevens was staying. there are lots of documents and files in what appears to have been the security office for the mission. and among those files are records, sensitive records of administrative files, personnel files of libyans working with the americans, records of security protocols for what to do in case of emergency and even a very detailed itinerary of ambassador stevens' five-day trip along with cell phone numbers and names for a lot of the libyans he was trying to meet. >> i'm curious about one other thing, michael, that i know that you found. a document that indi
, raise iing questions about the integrity of the investigation. right before the show, i spoke to michael birnbaum by phone. >> reporter: they looked around here a little more than an how areu and then had gone to a market in town to look for potentially stolen goods. >> you've been in the consulate. what did you find? >> reporter: i found a gutted and loot eed series of building. it's burned out. it's empty now. it's not being overrun bye-byestabye-by bystanders. they let me look around. there are documents scattered all around. there are documents in the bedroom where ambassador stevens was staying. there are lots of documents and files in what appears to have been the security office for the mission. and among those files are records, sensitive records of administrative files, personnel files of libyans working with the americans, records of security protocols for what to do in case of emergency and even a very detailed itinerary of ambassador stevens' five-day trip along with cell phone numbers and names for a lot of the libyans he was trying to meet. >> i'm curious about one other th
be sentenced to life in jail tomorrow. you'll also hear from michael bonny, the lawyer for victim number one and sandusky's defense attorney. those stories and tonight's "ridiculist." a lot ahead at the top of the hour. >> such a bombshell. just shocking. to listen to his voice and how clear and convicted he is in what he says. look forward to it. thank you. >>> want to go to our fifth story "outfront" tonight. love free or die. not live free or die. this thursday's national coming-out day, a day that encourages lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual people to come out to their loved ones. that is what bishop gene robinson did more than 25 years ago. he's since become the first openly gay bishop in the church and is taking his message on the road in a new documentary film that follows his personal journey to gain acceptance in the church. "outfront" tonight, bishop robinson joins me. good to see you again. we meet again. >> i know. i'm so glad to see you again. >> what a treat. i want to talk -- the time we met before, we talked about your new book called "god believes in love." now i want t
michael bonny, the lawyer for victim number one and sandusky's defense attorney. those stories and tonight's "ridiculist." a lot ahead at the top of the hour. >> such a bombshell. just shocking. to listen to his voice and how clear and convicted he is in what he says. look forward to it. thank you. >>> want to go to our fifth story "outfront" tonight. love free or die. not live free or die. this thursday's national coming-out day, a day that encourages lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual people to come out to their loved ones. that is what bishop gene robinson did more than 25 years ago. he's since become the first openly gay bishop in the church and is taking his message on the road in a new documentary film that follows his personal journey to gain acceptance in the church. "outfront" tonight, bishop robinson joins me. good to see you again. we meet again. >> i know. i'm so glad to see you again. >> what a treat. i want to talk -- the time we met before, we talked about your new book called "god believes in love." now i want to talk to you about this election and mitt romney and presi
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